There are many times that I’ve had to quickly bounce back in my day to day life. When I think about simple ways to use every day products like Bounce. Bounce offers me everything I need with softening and freshening, plus adds that boost to my day. It’s like a little piece of summer all wrapped in a scent and there are some easy ways I like to use Bounce around my home to keep me bouncing back in my every day life.
5 simple ways to Bounce Back in your home:
- Tuck a few Bounce sheets in your drawers and closets to help keep them smelling fresh
- Help make musty suitcases smell fresh by placing an individual sheet of Bounce inside when traveling and while storing.
- Stick a Bounce sheet under your car seat for a burst of freshness
- Roll up a Bounce sheet and place it in the middle of the toilet paper roll to help keep things smelling fresh around the toilet.
- Help make your trash can smell better by placing a Bounce sheet at the bottom between the bag and bin.
Every once in a while someone will just pop on by and with a busy home I want to be sure it’s clean. Recently a friend stopped by and after a busy week I hadn’t had time to fully clean our main living space. I easily popped in the restroom and freshened up the room with a Bounce dryer sheet. It really makes the room smell and feel fresh!
Bounce dryer sheets come in six, fresh scents:
- Outdoor Fresh: Adds a big, smiley summer day to your laundry, and the house.
- Fresh Linen: Get ready to dive into bed!
- Spring Fresh: The smell of springtime bursting out right under your nose.
- Meadows & Rain: It’s the smell you dream of yourself running through.
- Spring & Renewal: Fresh, fruity, floral and fabulous.
- Fresh Lavender: A fresh lavender scent that provides a soft, fresh, and comforting fragrance for your fabrics.
Is a time where Bounce could have helped you freshen up a space? How do you bounce back form moments like this?
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“Keep Bounce out of the reach of children and pets. Hang the sheet freely or place in an open envelope to avoid direct contact with fabrics.”
This post was compensated by Bounce as part of my participation in a campaign with the Mom It Forward Blogger Network.